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It works better than your skin.

OK, brace yourself—this is going to sound like science fiction. Trew Gear designers built the Men's Pow Funk Jacket using their new 'Smart Fabric' technology, which adapts to changes in your body's temperature. As your core temperature rises, the spaces between the molecules in the fabric actually increase to allow your body to breathe more freely. Sounds crazy, right? For once, we're dead serious.
  • Highly waterproof and breathable for comfort in any weather
  • YKK Aquaguard water-resistant zippers seal out the snow
  • 16-inch underarm zips for quick cooling
  • Ergonomic powder skirt won't ride up while you're skiing
  • MP3 wire routing allows you to listen comfortably without snagging

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This jacket is wonderful. The big sleeves kept me comfortable on the hill all year. The powder skirt never once failed me (to my great surprise!) and I never even attached it to my pants. I'm 5'8" 165lbs and I used the medium size. The waterproofing on the jacket is great as well. I had days with rain and The water would hardly even soak through after an entire day! I was wet on the outside, but dry inside. This is definitely now my go-to shell for the warmer or wet days.

The cuffs on my coat did tear a little bit, but I re sewed them and they were fine. I tend to REALLY yank on those as well and regularly break them, so I'm taking most of the blame on that subject.

80's all over again!

80's all over again!

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The Pow Funk leaves ample room for gettin' nasty like Scot Schmidt, circa 1992.

I was wondering what base layer i should...

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I was wondering what base layer i should use for this jacket to keep me warm?

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Get a nice fleece and/or a UL down jacket.

I am 5'7" 145lbs. I'm interested in this...

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I am 5'7" 145lbs. I'm interested in this jacket. I like wearing it baggy, but not too much. I wear a Medium in Airblaster jackets. Which size would you guys recommend?

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I would go with a medium....I am 5'9 155lbs to 160lbs and I fit a medium...You will get that baggy style with your bulid.....

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how's the sizing compared to Burton Sig...

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how's the sizing compared to Burton Sig Fit? I own a medium Burton Field and it's a bit too baggy for my liking when wearing with a pack. Any info since there's no dealers near me to try one on? Thanks

Will Backcountry be stocking the Trewth...

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Will Backcountry be stocking the Trewth Bib also? That'd be sweet...

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We will be! Should be on the site any day now.

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It's the TREWth! Pow Funk, fo sho!

I am so amped that has picked up TREW GEAR in their inventory. I was lucky enough to rock the Pow Funk Jacket all season long while representing the Powder Highway as the Ultimate Ski Bum. This jacket kept me warm and dry in any and all of the winter conditions that the Kootenay, Purcell, and Selkirk mountain ranges had to offer.

It has a roomy fit, but not baggy. I usually wear size Large, and this was the best fitting large for freeskiing I've ever worn. With bomber Aquaguard waterproof zippers, my cellie stayed dry in my pockets.

My favorite feature? The oversized cuffs and longer sleeves, all to keep that fluffy pow from soaking into my base layers.